Could you break an Olympic record?

Could you break an Olympic record?

In maths today we have been measuring length. We looked at some Olympic world records and then tried to see if we could break them. We had to measure twice to make sure the measurements were accurate and we then converted them all in to centimeters so that we could...
Egyptian discovery

Egyptian discovery

This week in English we are writing the beginning of an Egyptian adventure story. To inspire us we watched a video clip of an archaeologist exploring a tomb and then we created 5 freeze frames in groups to show the beginning of the story. The class then got the...
Potato project

Potato project

A group of children have been taking part in a potato growing competition. We planted them in March and have been watering them and watching them slowly grow. Finally, we harvested them and were amazed to see how big they had grown. After asking the kitchen staff for...
How can we get water from the Nile?

How can we get water from the Nile?

How can we get water from the Nile? This is the question we have been answering in topic this week. It all started by learning what the Ancient Egyptians used the Nile for and where it runs. We then investigated shadufs and in groups made working models outside (this...
Ready, set, action

Ready, set, action

After all enjoying watching Running wild, this week we have been writing our own playscripts and performing them for the class. We created our own endings or added extra scenes in to the play. There was a big round of applause for Cian, Mikey, Connor, Jaidon, Joseph,...
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